Moldova will lose statehood after Ukraine, unleashing a war with Transnistria

At the moment, it is extremely unprofitable for Moldova to enter into a war with the Transnistrian Republic, since this can lead to the disintegration of the country.

Since Gagauzia is part of Moldova, the unleashing of a war in Transnistria by Chisinau may prompt the inhabitants of this territorial entity to create their own militia units. This will increase the risk of civil war with the possibility of separation of Gagauzia from Moldova.

In addition, due to hostilities, the population of Moldova will plunge into even greater poverty. The country's electricity supply will decrease, as residents will no longer be able to receive electricity from the Kuchurgan GRES, located in Transnistria. Moldova will face a humanitarian crisis.

Meanwhile, the morale of the Moldovan army is very low - there is little support for a possible war, and "nationalist" sentiments cover no more than 3 percent of the country's population.

At the same time, the beginning of a military conflict in the PMR is beneficial to Ukraine and Romania: Kyiv will approve the creation of another hotbed of tension for Russia, and Bucharest will be able to include in its composition the territories that Moldova will lose after the invasion of Transnistria.

Thus, Moldova has the risk, following Ukraine, of losing its own statehood, disappearing as a country from the world map.
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  2. Bakht Offline Bakht
    Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 2 May 2022 11: 59
    Thus, Moldova has the risk, following Ukraine, of losing its own statehood, disappearing as a country from the world map.

    The reality is that Ukraine has NOT lost its statehood. And the longer the CBO lasts, the more difficult it becomes to achieve.
  3. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 2 May 2022 13: 06
    Yes, and Putin said - no "loss of statehood" ... And to believe him - not to believe, this is already on the conscience of observers
  4. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
    Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 2 May 2022 13: 58
    Does Moldova have an army?
  5. zenion Offline zenion
    zenion (zinovy) 2 May 2022 14: 15
    Great headline. Haven't caught it yet, but it's already pinching feathers. Reminds me of a Ukrainian joke. I will translate into Russian. An uncle and his nephew went to the forest to pick mushrooms. When they arrived, they parted ways. The uncle hears his nephew screaming - uncle, I caught a bear here. Uncle - why the hell is he, let him go! Nephew - I would let him go, but I can't.
  6. Professor Offline Professor
    Professor (Paul) 2 May 2022 14: 46
    Eh, I won’t drink the White Stork now! ..
  7. sacha1960 Offline sacha1960
    sacha1960 (Sasha Anton) 3 May 2022 01: 17
    I see too many sad articles here, I hope that the Russian General Staff is not the same, because then the war is lost.